Temporary CB Resin (Form 3) 1 kg (0.7 L)

RS-F2-TC-PKG

Shipping time: Est. Jul 25 - 29

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Temporary CB Resin is a tooth-colored resin for 3D printing of temporary crown and bridge restorations, inlays, onlays, and veneers. Indicated for up to seven-unit bridges and available in five shades, this material provides excellent marginal adaptation, strength, and aesthetics.

Use traditional temporary cements to fix restorations produced with Temporary CB Resin. Restorations made with Temporary CB Resin may remain up to 12 months in the mouth. Digitally created restorations enable a quick, collaborative process between dentist, technician, and patient.

Read our Application Guide to learn the complete workflow and best practices for making 3D printed temporary restorations on your Formlabs 3D printer.
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Crowns, onlays, inlays and bridges in Temporary CB Resin

Why Choose Temporary CB Resin?

Temporary CB Resin is a highly filled material that's validated for comfortable, aesthetic, and temporary restorations.


Aesthetic

Provide tooth-colored prosthetics, available in five shades.


Efficient

Enable a quick, collaborative process between dentist, technician and patient with digitally created restorations.


Precise Fit

Enhance patient comfort with precisely fit temporaries with excellent marginal adaptation, strength, and aesthetics.


Temporary Biocompatibility

Restorations may remain in the mouth for up to 12 months.

Applications

Temporary CB Resin is used to produce precisely fitting temporaries with a smooth surface finish, high resolution, and dimensional stability.


Consider Temporary CB Resin for:

Bridges (up to 7 units)
Veneers
Inlays
Crowns
Onlays

Material Properties*

Temporary CB Resin

Density

1.4 - 1.5 g/cm^3

Viscosity

2500 - 6000 MPa*s

Flexural Strength

≥ 100 MPa

* Material properties may vary based on part geometry, print orientation, print settings, and temperature. Test samples were printed with a Stainless Steel Build Platform on a Form 2 and Form 3B printer with 50 μm Temporary CB Resin settings. The printed samples were post-processed as recommended in the Instructions for Use. Data for post-cured samples were measured on 3 point bending test specimens according to EN ISO 10477 and EN ISO 4049 standards. Screen reader support enabled.

Post-Processing

Form Wash Settings

Duration

3 min in IPA

Notes

To ensure that finished parts are biocompatible, follow all part washing notes in the Instructions for Use. Maintain separate wash buckets for biocompatible materials. Do not leave Temporary CB Resin in IPA for longer than 3 minutes, as excessive solvent exposure affects the quality of the final part. Use an IPA-filled squeeze bottle to remove any remaining resin on the printed parts and in between supports and rafts. An IPA-soaked brush may help with uncured resin removal.

Form Cure Settings

Duration

20 + 20 min

Temperature

60 °C

Notes

Post-curing as recommended in the material-specific Instructions for Use is required to ensure optimal performance and biocompatibility of 3D printed dental appliances. This resin requires two post-curing cycles. Remove supports and sandblast between post-curing cycles.